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We are all excited to host the first ever Ballinger Neighborhood Friendship Festival at Bruggers Bog Park! Bring your friends and family for music, exhibitors, free food and fun games! September 7th 2019 1pm- 5pm
September 7, 2019
Brugger’s Bog Park
1:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Join us for our first Ballinger Friendship Festival on Saturday, September 7 from 1:00 to 5:00 PM. The food, music and fun are free, including arts, crafts, games, a selfie photo booth, face painting, and more!
Among the participating individuals and organizations: Ballinger Neighborhood Association, Black Lives Matter / Shoreline and the North Side Step Team, Brugger’s Bog Stewards, City of Shoreline PRCS, the Islamic Community of Bosniaks, JHP Legacy, Literacy Source, Los Pollitos Folklorico, Moms Demand Action, Patty Pan Cooperative, Recology, Seattle ReCreative, Shoreline Historical Museum, Ty Keenan, Washington Alliance for Better Schools, and the Washington Native Plant Society Brugger’s Bog Stewards.
Ballinger Neighborhood is privileged to count among its diverse friends and neighbors, a richness of world cultures. Through the multicultural sharing of music, food, and good conversation we grow in understanding and respect for one another. Come and share, learn something new, and make a new friend or two!
Brought to you by BALNA with funding from the City of Shoreline Neighborhood Mini-Grant program.
Event volunteers are still needed! To help out, call Londa at 206-437-9118.
For more information on the festival, visit Ballinger Neighborhood Facebook Page!
Rain or shine, see you there!
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Many people have contributed hours of volunteer time helping to make the neighborhood a great place to live, play, and work. Organizations have generously donated to the Neighborhood Association’s projects. A special thank to those individuals and organizations for their generous support on our Thank You page.